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Jun 1, 2018 Emmie Dowling and Daniel Czech
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If you have, or think you know people who have, historic artefacts that need digitising, please contact us. We make contact, assist in explaining a range of considerations, digitise and publish the work so that it can be widely seen.
Topics: archiving, history, Australia
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Mar 26, 2018 Pru Mitchell and Morry Jiang
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Pru Mitchell presents Wikimedia Australia to the Digital Access to Collections workshop in Geelong, February 2018 http://www.digitalcollections.org.au Wikimedia Australia is the national charter for the Wikimedia Association, charged with supporting the regional engagement with WIkimedia projects like Wikipedia etc. Digital Access to Collections workshop, also referred to as GLAM Peak (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums peak bodies), the workshops brought together various groups with...
Topics: wikipedia, wikimedia Australia, Pru Mitchell, GLAM peak, Galleries, Libraries, Museums, Archives
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Mar 26, 2018 Morry Jiang
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The Digital Access to Collections workshops were held around Australia in 2018 http://www.digitalcollections.org.au Also referred to as GLAM Peak (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums peak bodies), the workshops brought together various groups with interest and involvement in the digitisation of historical documents and artifacts, to learn about methods, issues and considerations, as well as to network. This video was produced by Morry Jiang, for RMIT University, Wikimedia Australia,...
Topics: GLAM, Galleries, Libraries, Museums, Geelong
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Mar 7, 2018 Pru Mitchell and Morry Jiang
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Pru Mitchell presents Wikimedia Australia to the Digital Access to Collections workshop in Geelong, February 2018 http://www.digitalcollections.org.au Wikimedia Australia is the national charter for the Wikimedia Association, charged with supporting the regional engagement with WIkimedia projects like Wikipedia etc. Digital Access to Collections workshop, also referred to as GLAM Peak (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums peak bodies), the workshops brought together various groups with...
Topics: wikipedia, wikimedia Australia, Pru Mitchell, GLAM peak, Galleries, Libraries, Museums, Archives
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Mar 7, 2018 Morry Jiang
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The Digital Access to Collections workshops were held around Australia in 2018 http://www.digitalcollections.org.au Also referred to as GLAM Peak (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums peak bodies), the workshops brought together various groups with interest and involvement in the digitisation of historical documents and artifacts, to learn about methods, issues and considerations, as well as to network. This video was produced by Morry Jiang, for RMIT University, Wikimedia Australia,...
Topics: GLAM, Galleries, Libraries, Museums, Geelong
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Nov 24, 2017 Leigh Blackall
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https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Leighblackall/Dehumanise,_transhumanise,_rehumanise https://youtu.be/cnAOp9fburM http://leighblackall.blogspot.com.au/2017/08/re-humanise.html The organisers of eLearning Korea 2017 have invited me to give a talk on the future of education and educational technology. The conference has a curious byline “a happy encounter with new technology”, and it's to this byline I target the presentation. I aim to acknowledge the unhappiness created by technology and...
Topics: humanism, dehumanised, transhumanism, rehumanise, technology, technocracy
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Oct 19, 2017 Leigh Blackall for RMIT
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Tito Ambyo teaches Journalism Technologies for the Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) program at RMIT University, and in this recording he explains the second project in the course, Fact Check Your Mother . In the project people are required to produce a multi media web page, telling a story from their family history (this year on the topic of migration), demonstrating fact checking skills, and presenting the story in an engaging way. The pages are loaded to Github by the authors, for Tito...
Topics: journalism, migration, education, studentasproducer
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Oct 3, 2017
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Interviews with people who have almost completed their first semester of teaching using CanvasLMS. These teachers used to use BlackboardLMS and were part of an "Early Adopter" group tasked with learning and testing the knew system, and sharing knowledge gained.
Topic: CanvasLMS
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Oct 26, 2016 leigh blackall
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A talk given by Leigh Blackall to the RMIT Learning and Teaching Conference 2016. Details here: http://dldsc.team/2016/10/11/youtube-at-the-school-of-fashion-and-textiles-teaching-youtube-to-teach/
Topics: youtube, machine learning, networked learning
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Dec 21, 2014
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This is a video titled 'Pisgah Range'. Ski touring with MikePhotos
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Dec 18, 2014
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I was reviewing some old work from 2005, and discovered the old Networked Learning presentation had never been made into a video! It had audio, it had slides, but was not a video! What was I thinking? So here it is, 3 years later as a video. Nice to see that these past 3 years I have been pretty consistent in my thinking.Original slides with image credits on FlickrOriginal audio with music credit on Archive
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Dec 9, 2014
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Screen recording on how to generate a PDF version of a wikibook, ready for printing.
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Jul 4, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Mark Gussy and La Trobe University Oral Health students editing Wikipedia. More info at http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Activities,_assignments_and_assessment
Topics: health, education, oral health, dentistry
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Jul 4, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Mark Gussy and La Trobe University Oral Health students editing Wikipedia. More info at http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Activities,_assignments_and_assessment This video is also on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTK56456R-c
Topics: oral health, health education, wikipedia
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Jun 23, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Dennis Wollersheim teaches Health Infomatics at La Trobe University in Australia. In this discussion, Leigh Blackall and Dennis discuss his assignment where he asked students to edit Wikipedia.  Wikipedia etiquettes, community behaviours and student reactions and outcomes are discussed. For more information and a growing list of examples, see Activities, Assignments, Assessment .
Topics: Wikipedia, assessment, education, health
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May 6, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Using a phone camera to shoot a selfie video and upload to Youtube. Also included is a look at the Youtube Editor, Playlist, and other features. 
Topics: youtube, smartphone, selfie
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May 1, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Colleen Cousins, Nella , Karen Smith and Imogen O'Neill all teach into Family Therapy subjects. They use video to introduce topics and provide weekly feedback to students online. In this interview, they talk about their experiences with the method, and how they felt online video might work with the teaching of therapy practice. Interview on  Youtube , Archive and Wikimedia Commons
Topics: therapy, family therapy, video, teaching
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Apr 29, 2014 Meri Vukicevic
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Meri Vukicevic talks about her use of WIkiversity and Youtube to construct her course Human Vision and Function . Watch on Youtube .
Topics: vision, human vision, eyesight, course
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Apr 22, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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A video invitation to "Using Video - A Get Together for Teachers of Health Professionals" http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Using_video
Topics: teaching, health, video
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Apr 22, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Leigh Blackall explains how he uses Hangouts on Air to record a presentation using the Screenshare feature.
Topics: Hangouts on Air, presentations, video
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Apr 22, 2014 Rick Hayes
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This is a sample of a presentation video created using Microsoft Powerpoint 2010. It is a simple walk through of how to capture narration for a MS PPT 2010 presentation which can be turned into a video via the export to WMV feature. Journey Worker Productions (2014) CC-SA-3.0.
Topics: presentation, video, microsoft, powerpoint
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Apr 17, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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Rick Hayes talking about his use of Youtuge playlists for teaching in  Community Health .  Interview on Youtube  
Topics: Youtube, community health, public health
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Apr 17, 2014 Leigh Blackall
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http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Using_video/Google_Glass_in_Health Alexander Hayes , in Association with the University of Canberra's  INSPIRE Centre , has been researching the  Google Glass  phenomenon, interviewing 60 people who are intensively using the technology already. Alex has convened  a large conference around Google Glass in Australia , at the INSPIRE Centre on the 12th of May 2014 (webstreamed to Youtube via Hangouts on Air). An important resource also to refer to is an event...
Topics: Google, Google Glass, Digital eyewear, Wearable technology, Augmented reality, Health education
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Mar 5, 2014 Rick Hayes
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A health education and development facilitator, working with people one-to-one, in small groups, or in community or institutional settings, will engage salient teaching and learning practices that serve to empower people to improve their health outcomes. Dr Rick Hayes gives an introductory presentation as well as an orientation to the subject. Further information at: http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Health_Education_and_Development Unfortunately the microphone is fixed in the room, and not a...
Topics: public health, health education
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Nov 29, 2013
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This video covers the basics of searching for, using, adapting and sharing open educational resources. It provides useful information about Creative Commons licences. Other videos on OER and CC licences, themselves with CC-BY or C-BY-SA licences, have been repurposed and remixed in the creation of this video.  Voice-over Ruth Jelley; video editing Mungo Jones - on behalf of the La Trobe OER working group Creative Commons License Getting Started with OER by La Trobe OER Working Group is...
Topics: OER, education, open, la trobe university
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Nov 5, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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In 2012, staff in the Department of Occupational Therapy recognized a need to begin using web-based learning tools to complement face-to-face teaching. These were needed to reach students on all campuses and to create more flexible learning opportunities for students who participate in a problem based learning curriculum in the Masters component of the course. Additionally, it was felt that the Department needed to embrace the growing web-based and technological learning environment, or be left...
Topics: La Trobe University, PebblePad, Occupational Therapy, Education
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Nov 5, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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Mark Gussy teaches Evidence in Oral Health Practice to students of the Oral Health Therapy course at La Trobe University. In this interview, Mark talks to Leigh Blackall about the groupwork assignment, where students were asked to investigate the evidence surrounding a scenario, and to use what they found to compile a website using Wikispaces. Mark highlights how no help was given in the use of Wikispaces, and that the platform's ability to record edit history and individual contributions...
Topics: La Trobe University, Oral Health, Therapy, Education
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Oct 29, 2013
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Nick Stone gives us a run down on the Indigenous Research Forum recently held at La Trobe University, and reviews what he presented to that forum - the new subject being developed in the Faculty of Health Science called, Indigenous and Intercultural Health. Nick and the team have been following an open and transparent development process, blogging their work on a blog http://indigengage.blogspot.com.au/ and drafting the subject and drafting the subject on Wikiversity...
Topics: Wikiversity, la trobe universwity, indigenous health, healthcare, education
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George Murley. Interview  on Youtube , and Wikiversity Providing effective research training to students early in their studies is critical for development of competency in evidence-based professional practice. Furthermore, we find that our students generally do not understand the critical nature of research as it relates to their training and clinical practice. This project developed multimedia online modules to support the teaching of introductory research and evidence in health. The modules...
Topics: research skills, health, education
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Jacqui Theobald and Natasha Long will give an overview of an online field education project for social work field educators undertaken by staff in the Department of Social Work in the La Trobe University Rural Health School. This project was developed with financial support from the faculty of Health Sciences and aims to enhance the capacity of the field educators to provide quality field education placements. We have developed a suite of resources to provide equitable access to relevant and up...
Topics: social work, la trobe university
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Oct 14, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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Tracy Fortune talks with Leigh Blackall for the Teachers of Health Professionals community page, about her set up of a Podcast program for her subject Macro Strategies in Health.
Topics: Occupational Therapy, podcasting
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Edmund Leahy, Lecturer Masters of Musculoskeletal/Sports Physiotherapy and Co-ordinator Postgraduate Masters of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy studies talks with Leigh Blackall about a project he managed, developing a multi media educational resource. In 2012, the Faculty of Health Sciences invested in the development online resources for the Master of Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy program. A previously face-to-face workshop called " MRI for the Lumbar Spine : A Physiotherapy...
Topics: lumber spine, education, development, instructional media
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Oct 3, 2013 Frederic Skrzypek
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A short video introducing Blended Learning. Original Youtube copy: http://youtu.be/lIh4jJlvF44 (Creative Commons Attribution to Frederic Skrzypek)
Topics: blended learning, education
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Oct 2, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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A presentation given to the University Analytics Forum in Melbourne, 2013. Wikiversity page for notes and discussion: http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Leighblackall/Data_and_Power
Topics: analytics, data, privacy, power
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Meri Vukicevic teaches vision and orthoptics classes at La Trobe University. Meri has been experimenting with using Wikiversity and Youtube to develop a fully online first year subject. Here, she talks us through what she has done so far. https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Meri_Vukicevic
Topic: online education
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Sep 30, 2013
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Sharon and Adrienne teach dietetics courses in university. Here they explain some experimental work in asking students to produce a Wikibook and a Youtube video.
Topics: dietetics, elearning, networked learning
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Sep 23, 2013
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Sarah Stewart is a midwife interested in the continuous professional development of other midwives, through the Internet and social media. Over the last 5 years Sarah has established a significant online presence for her work, and through that experience has been able to extract key concepts and methods to support others. Sarah currently works for the Australian College of Midwives as the Professional Development Officer. In this video Sarah talks us through some of her work.
Topics: professional development, midwifery
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Sep 20, 2013
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Ben Rattray shows Leigh Blackall how he uses Google Scholar
Topics: Google Scholar, Research methods
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Aug 6, 2013
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AAAOpenConf Present and discuss ideas for learning activities, assignments and assessment methods. Lunch and morning and afternoon tea provided. Sessions will be recorded and broadcast online. Notes from planning meetings and other preparations are logged on the discussion page.
Topic: aaaopenconf
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Aug 1, 2013 Michael Coghlan
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Michael Coghlan The Assessment Obsession - whatever happened to teaching? Presentation given at the Transforming Assessment for the Digital Era Conference (Melbourne, 31/7/13)  http://digitalassessments.com/  Accompanying slides at  http://www.slideshare.net/michaelc/the-slow-march-to-eassessment-in-the-vet-sector  About 30 mins.
Topics: aaaopenconf, assessment, teaching, educaion
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Jul 30, 2013 Royce Saddler
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Activity for getting students to notice quality. Told by Royce Saddler, at the University of Canberra 2011. Based on his book chapter - Reworking the Concept of Feedback: Teaching Learners to Notice. http://www.jcu.edu.au/teaching/public/groups/everyone/documents/guide/jcu_125493.pdf
Topics: assessment, peer assessment, education
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Jul 30, 2013 Lester Jones
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Lester Jones at La Trobe University explains how he tries to build exit velocity in final year physiotherapy students. More info at: http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Activities,_assignments_and_assessment
Topics: aaaopenconf, physiotherapy, assessment, education, professional development
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Jul 23, 2013 Kathryn Hill
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A presentation by Kathryn Hill, a the Open Conference on Activities, Assignments and Assessment #AAAOpenConf http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Activities,_assignments_and_assessment
Topics: aaaopenconf, assessment, principles
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Jul 12, 2013 Peter Rawsthorne
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==Assignments, Assessment and Badges== I was asked to quickly put some video resources together to provide an overview of my work with assignments, assessment and open badges. There is a day-long conference happening at La Trobe University in Bundoora and given I enjoy putting together resources for the work I am doing toward open education I was happy to take the time. Deep apology for the quality of these resources. The moving trucks come tomorrow and I'm down to working off my five year old...
Topics: learning, assessment, badges, open education
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Jul 12, 2013 David Blackall
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Conference presentation. David Blackall Throughout the teaching sessions of 2011 & 2013, journalism students at the University of Wollongong were assigned tasks of researching & writing Wikinews stories. They were assessed with a system of rolling marks, each submission earning small increments of marks. The final grade is determined at the last moment, giving them the best chances for publication, a difficult process, which is immediately awarded with a High Distinction.This process...
Topics: wikinews, journalism, citizen journalism, education
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Jul 11, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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This presentation was initially prepared for the Faculty of Health Sciences at La Trobe University. La Trobe's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Curriculum asked me to present in to their Scholars of Learning and Teaching (SoLT) seminar series on Tuesday 12 March 2013, which coincided with La Trobe's Open Education Week event.
Topics: open education, learning, assessment
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Jul 10, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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An Ethical Framework for Ubiquitous Learning  is a work in progress and presented as that to the  2013 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society . The presentation was delivered through Google Hangouts. Here's  the video recording   on Youtube with Pia Waugh's talk before it.
Topics: ethics, framework, ubiquitous learning, learning, ubiquity, education, open education, conviviality
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Jun 13, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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A short presentation given to the Faculty of Health Sciences at La Trobe University, Bendigo Campus. Points raised include: Professional education is ignoring the impact of Google, Youtube and Wikipedia. That 4 minutes and 12 seconds is a target time frame for teaching through video. That Michael Wesch's video called An Anthropological Introduction to Youtube is a good reference. And that mini lectures and short demos recorded using a mobile phone are a simple place to start. References:...
Topics: video, networked learning, education, health, professional development, teaching
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Mar 14, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Leighblackall/Radical_ideas_for_educational_organisations I initially prepared these ideas for Claire Macken, to assist in her proposal to La Trobe University's Radical Learning Project. After posting the slides to my blog, where the ideas attracted wider interest. I was invited by Allison Miller and Michael Coghlan to speak more about these ideas at their Designing Learning in the Digital Age workshop in Melbourne on Wednesday 13 March 2013. This page holds...
Topics: education, radicalism
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Mar 14, 2013 Leigh Blackall
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http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/User:Leighblackall/Assessment_in_open_education This presentation was initially prepared for the Faculty of Health Sciences at La Trobe University. La Trobe's Centre for Teaching, Learning and Curriculum asked me to present in to their Scholars of Learning and Teaching (SoLT) seminar series on Tuesday 12 March 2013, which coincided with La Trobe's Open Education Week event.
Topics: open education, assessment, wikipedia, wikiversity, wikinews, the commons
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Feb 17, 2013 Leigh Blackall and Alex Hayes
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From 2008 to 2010 I used methods of networked learning to casually study Jean Pain Composting - or the heating of water using compost. I built such a system, heating water in excess of 50 degrees Celsius, continuously for a period of 3 months. This video is a discussion about the research paper deriving from the project, where I've used my own storified account of learning to make assessments on where learning outcomes were achieved, and which methods best achieved those outcomes. Of interest...
Topics: networked learning, biomas, jean pain
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Nov 21, 2012 Leigh Blackall, Sunshine Connelly and Mark Leggett
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Interviews with staff and students at Otago Polytechnic, in the initial stages of establishing open educational practices there (2006-2009). Original Youtube version: http://youtu.be/52Gri8y9iYA As used in the Wikibook, Open Educational Practices: A user guide for organisations: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Open_Education_Practices:_A_User_Guide_for_Organisations Video by Sunshine Connelly and Mark Leggett for Otago Polytechnic
Topics: oer, otago polytechnic, open education
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A compilation of articles and discussion about the future of learning in a networked world from international educationalists gathered in New Zealand in September 2006
Topics: flnw, networked learning
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Apr 21, 2012 Leigh Blackall and SLSA
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This is an early draft of a concept for an instructional resource for surf life savers in Australia. The work was done in 2003, and dial up Internet was still the main form of connection in Australia. A TV commercial for the Life Savers at the time was adapted into a slide show with original audio compressed. This SWF demonstrates the navigation and content ideas at the time.
Topics: slsa, australia, surf live saving, instructional design
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Apr 21, 2012 Leigh Blackall
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In 2002 I attended a digital artist in residence exchange called Solar Circuit, held on Maria Island in Tasmania. These silent videos are from that stay. They include extreme digital zoom of the buildings and people on the island, timelapse of weather and landscape and coast line.
Topic: Maria Island Tasmania Australia
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Apr 21, 2012
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A sketch for a video installation, after spending a week on Maria Island for the 2002 Solar Circuit. Inspired by historical research into first contacts between indigenous and settler Tasmanians.
Topics: Tasmania, solar circuit, video art
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Our guest today was Tony Naar, General Manager Knowledge Services at the Australian Paralympic Committee. Tony is responsible for a project to collect, manage and preserve the history of the Paralympic movement in Australia. UCNISS is working with Tony, as well as sport historian Murray Phillips (University of Queensland) to produce an online history, through Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, and Wikibooks. The Australian Paralympic history project has a range of other elements to it, that seeks...
Topics: paralympic, australia, history
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Sep 27, 2011
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Graham Pearce talks about the History of the Paralympic Movement in Australia (hopau.ucniss.net) project to an Adelaide radio station
Topics: paralympics, wikipedia, blind
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Sep 22, 2011 Leigh Blackall
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Leigh Blackall presents his thoughts and ideas on an essay in progress, called From Politics to Business: Adventure sport, gender identity and product marketing. In this presentation are some sketched out ideas looking at the situation of the Australian family unit in the late 1970s and early 80s, suggesting an increase in adventure activities through organisations like scouting, helping to grow participation in individual sport activity. Product marketing responds to this social trend in the...
Topics: individualism, sport, adventure, marketing, family
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Sep 15, 2011
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A panel discussion about Orienteering Australia, a small but national sport body, and how it operates post Crawford Report and in relation to supporting and sponsoring businesses. On this panel are John Harding CEO of Orienteering Australia, Ben Rattray orienteering athlete and event organiser, and Dave Meyer employee of Adventure Racing Outdoor Challenges (AROC).
Topics: orienteering, BPS2011, adventure racing
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Sep 8, 2011
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Greg Doyle, CEO of Australian Canoeing, talks about the articulation with business and politics in sporting organisations from Tennis NSW, Surf Life Saving Central Coast, Athletics NSW, and Australian Canoeing. For more information, see http://bps.ucniss.net
Topics: tennis, sport management, athletics, surf life saving, canoeing, community, sport
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Aug 25, 2011 Leigh Blackall
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Stephen Hodge talks about his work based on cycling in Australia, and its relationship with business and politics. He talks about the politics of 'productivity', and looks at how cycling in its current context is increasing population's physical activity (health prevention objective of productivity, healthier workforces etc), and being a transport mode and potential congestion reliever (productivity benefit). Stephen's work intersects with the business world, Australian federal political...
Topics: cycling, Australia, Stephen Hodge
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Aug 18, 2011 Leigh Blackall
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Orientation lecture for the University of Canberra course, Business, Politics and Sport http://bps.ucniss.net/2011/08/presentation-for-orientation-to-unit.html
Topics: sport, education, politics, business
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Jul 26, 2011
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The National Institute of Sport Studies, Faculty of Health will be hosting a seminar presented by Landell Archer on Tuesday 26th July from 10 â 11 am in Room 12B2. How innovative technology can be used to assess health and medical practitioner training efficacy and workplace performance. Landell Archer works to support novel technology in assessing the performance of health practitioners such as midwives, nurses and physiotherapists as well as sport athletes within real-world environments....
Topics: sportscode, performance analysis, video analysis, analysis
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Dr Charlie Foster, Oxford University, UK, talking to guests of University of Canberra, Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH) on 12th July, 2011
Topics: public health, technology, gps, pov, accelerometer
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Jul 6, 2011 Leigh Blackall
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An Audio abstract by Leigh Blackall for AUPOV2011 http://www.aupov.com/ Text version: My name is Leigh Blackall. My work focuses on networked learning, or the process of developing and maintaining connections with people and information, and communicating in such a way so as to support one another's learning. Some might see this as being social learning, even informal or non formal learning, indeed you can catch a glimpse of the difficulty I am having with a definition, by viewing the...
Topics: ubiquitous learning, AUPOV2011, Neil Postman, Ivan Illich, technology, learning, education
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Jun 18, 2011 Charles A. Findley
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Papers, presentations, and documents relating to the Collaborative Networked Learning project, managed by Charles A Findley for the Digital Equipment Corporation USA in and around 1987. Documents released by Findley, to Leigh Blackall under a Creative Commons Share Alike license, by email on Sat, Jun 18, 201l.
Topics: collaborative networked learning, networked learning, learning, education, computing, networking,...
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May 23, 2011
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Back in the old days, it was different. Things have changed. This video is an update to the old video, showing you how to get the Audacity audio editor to export MP3 files.
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Dec 15, 2010
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Presenter: A.J. McMichael from National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health The Australian National University, Canberra For the Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH), University of Canberra
Topics: CeRAPH, Climate Change, Population, Health, University of Canberra
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Nov 29, 2010 Leigh Blackall and Ben Rattray
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On Saturday, 27 November 2010, Ben, Kate and Leigh participated as UCNISS.net in the Paddy Pallin Adventure Race around Canberra. Orienteering, mountain biking, water sliding, kayaking and swimming made for a thoroughly enjoyable race. Team UCNISS.net went on to win the corporate division (and the mixed) finishing 6th over all. Music by: Morgantj "Cafe Connection" http://ccmixter.org/files/morgantj/18947 Video by: Leigh Blackall http://leighblackall.blogspot.com and Ben Rattray...
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Topics: paddy-pallin, adventure-racing, canberra, ucniss
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Nov 24, 2010 Courtney McGowan
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UCNISS.net Honours Student Courtney McGowan presenting Purpose: To evaluate under conditions of maximal exertion and free swimming, the impacts on the physiology, stroke characteristics and performance of high-level competitive swimmers, of use of controlled frequency breathing (CFB) compared to normal frequency breathing (NFB). Methods: Nine swimmers performed two maximal effort 400 metre Freestyle swims using NFB and CFB, following a two week familiarisation period. Mean and SD values were...
Topics: ucniss, swimming, sport, breathing, research
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Nov 22, 2010 Warrick Harrington
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Try scoring is the result of effective attacking patterns of play and a major contributor to team success in rugby union. Rugby coaches consider the attacking phases following a set piece (scrum or lineout) to be an ideal opportunity to implement try scoring pattern of play. The current project examined the determinants of successful attacking patterns of play from the set piece in rugby union. Performance analysis examined all lineouts (N = 1954) and scrums (N = 1194) as well coding the...
Topics: rugby union, ucniss, university of canberra
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Nov 22, 2010 Tamara Kefford
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Shoulder soreness is the most common musculoskeletal complaint in water polo athletes. Although there is the suggestion that repetitive throwing is a determinant to shoulder soreness in water polo, it has not been demonstrated empirically. The aim of this study was to relate shoulder soreness scores with the volume and frequency of goal shooting in high performance women's water polo Seven water polo athletes selected from a national women's squad were monitored across two camps. Information on...
Topics: ucniss, university of canberra, water polo, research, sport
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Audio visual recording of the talk given by James Neill and Leigh Blackall, for the University of Canberra, at the 2010 annual conference of Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia. Notes to support this presentation are kept on Wikiversity.
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Phil Ker CEO of Otago Polytechnic, reflecting on OER at Open Access Week 2010 http://wikieducator.org/OERF:Open_Access_Week_2010
Topics: otago polytechnic, oer, open education
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Jul 15, 2010 Leigh Blackall for the University of Canberra
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A FIFA World Cup 2010 wrap up panel discussion held at the University of Canberra, Australia
Topics: FIFA World Cup, UCNISS, Canberra, sport, soccer, football
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Jun 20, 2010
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Excerpt from Adrian Hearn's talk at Sydney University's Sydney Ideas Open. 15 April - Rethinking Good Governance and Transparency: The China-Latin America-U.S. triangle
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Part 2 of a series of videos looking at everything you'd need to teach and learn online. This recording was made via mobile phone, live streamed to uStream - sorry for the quality, but I think it gives the idea. There are many very good screen recordings in Youtube on how to do different things with Blogger, so this is just an over view with a few comments along the way. I'm thinking to record another version of this, especially if I get specific questions or comments suggesting what I should...
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May 21, 2010 Leigh Blackall and James Neill
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In a workshop at the University of Canberra, looking at Creative Commons Search.
Topics: openuc, leighblackall, jamesneill, openacademia, oer
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In a workshop at the University of Canberra, looking at Creative Commons Search.
Topics: openuc, leighblackall, jamesneill, openacademia, oer
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May 21, 2010
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In a workshop at the University of Canberra, looking at Creative Commons Search.
Topics: openuc, leighblackall, jamesneill, openacademia, oer
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May 21, 2010
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In a workshop at the University of Canberra, looking at Creative Commons Search.
Topics: openuc, leighblackall, jamesneill, openacademia, oer
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May 20, 2010
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in 2000 I attended the Spring Scream music festival in Kenting, Taiwan. I think it may be the first time those crazy kids saw moshing. Look out for me jumping from the stage, camera in hand!
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Michael Winter of CORE Education interviews Leigh Blackall about the Second Life for Education in New Zealand project (SLENZ). Michael is interviewing all the project team as an evaluation of the project. This audio is raw and unedited.
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How to email video clips from your phone to Youtube, then import the clips from Youtube to a Kaltura web based video editor
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Aug 27, 2009
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Stian HÃ¥klev and Leigh Blackall talk about international developments in open education, refering to Stian's work looking at open education in China, as presented at the Vancouver Open Education Conference (http://openedconference.org/archives/511) and he's talk at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Open Education Around the World (http://reganmian.net/blog/publications-and-presentations/)
Topics: Open Educational Development, Open Education, Otago Polytechnic, Ontario Institute for Studies in...
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May 29, 2009
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Recordings of 10 minute presentations and discussions in an online meeting between participants of the Flexible Learning Course at Otago Polytechnic, May 2009.
Topics: otagopolytechnic, flexiblelearning, foc09
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May 28, 2009 Leigh Blackall and Anna Hughes for Otago Polytechnic
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Leigh Blackall talks to Anna Hughes about what sustainability means in education. Resources to support this topic can be found at: http://wikieducator.org/Education_for_Sustainability
Topics: sustianability, otagopolytechnic, anna-hughes, leigh-blackall
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Kim Thomas from Otago Polytechnic's Horticulture studies talks about the flexibility of the new Permaculture course in the Certificate of Horticulture
Topic: otagopolytechnic flexiblelearning
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Apr 30, 2009 Leigh Blackall for Otago Polytechnic
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As part of the flexible learning course for 2009, we held an online panel discussing issues and examples of flexible learning. Iin the panel we had special guests: Mark Nichols - e-learning specialist with Laidlaw College, and a member of the DEANZ (Distance Education in New Zealand) executive. He was recognised as a Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand in 2005-2006. Mark has a lot to offer regarding open and distance and online learning. Robyn Jay - Learning and Teaching Portfolio Architect...
Topics: flexible learning, FLC09, otago, education
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Apr 28, 2009
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Media wikis make life hard sometimes. When all the other publishing sites work wonders to lower the bar, Media wiki keeps it right up there for us. This screen recording will demonstrate how I load images into a wiki page, using Wikieducator as an example. I also take into consideration copyrights, making sure to use an image with Creative Commons Attribution license, and to give it proper attribution. Its a complex task actually, but gets very easy with practice.
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Apr 21, 2009 Leigh Blackall for Otago Polytechnic
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4 recordings of 4 10 minute presentations about the production of educational resources: Ruth Lawson - Otago Polytechnic: Using Wikibooks and Lulu.com to produce a text book for animal anatomy Leigh Blackall - Otago Polytechnic: Open educational resources and practices Jean Ross - Otago Polytechnic: Producing a text for the NZ Ministry of Health about Rural Nursing Russell Butson - University of Otago: New paradigms for thinking about educational resources and learning activities NB. Recordings...
Topic: otagopolytechnic opsd09 oer
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Apr 7, 2009
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Staff at Otago Polytechnic taking a lunch time out to talk about examples of using Moodle, blogs and wikis for their work. Terry Marler - Managing learning management systems William Lucus - Blogs are for blokes http://on-line-presence.blogspot.com Hillary Jenkins - Blogs and wikis in the tourism courses http://wikieducator.org/Travel and Tourism Carolyn McIntosh - Moodle midwifery http://moodle.op.ac.nz
Topic: otagopolytechnic
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Mar 18, 2009 Leigh Blackall for SLENZ
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A raw recording of the Second Life in NZ educational resource developers discussing the project of taking the birthing unit research finding and designs, and building a model of it in Second Life. This recording will be edited later and used in a documentary video
Topics: midwifery, SLENZ
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Mar 12, 2009
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Researchers, midwives, architects and teachers talking about the birthing unit project. Unedited audio to be used in a video documentary about the making of the Virtual Birthing Unit in Second Life.
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Feb 28, 2009 leigh blackall
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Footage of a mosh pit at the Spring Scream Dragon music festival. Kenting Taiwan 2000
Topics: spring scream, taiwan, mosh
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Feb 25, 2009
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A screen recording of the websites used in the 2009 Flexible Learning course run by Otago Polytechnic starting 16 March 2009.
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Feb 23, 2009
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After seeing Roger Stack's tour of Tasmanian Polytechnics, I thought to myself, "man! I know more about Tasmanian Polytechnic geography then I do New Zealand". So I set to work mking my owb version of Roger's Google Earth video just to study up on where NZ Polytechnic's are situated. Oh, and I learned a thing or two about Google Earth while I was at it.First music track is some way old country by Ernst Thompson care of the Archive. I stuffed up the credits in the video for the second...
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Feb 15, 2009
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Alex and Geoff at EduPOV have sent me this great little kit for recording Point Of View video. Meaning, hands free - strap the lense somewhere and get in there and do it video. They have the lense glued to saftey glasses, but I reckon a head torch is better. The head torch enables me to finely adjust the angle, and if need be I have a light source for those dark corners I get myself in to. I'm going to have a lot of fun with this little rig over the next month. Demo videos, adventure videos,...
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Feb 11, 2009
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Greg Evans, editor of InterfaceNZ magazine has asked me to write a regular column on video - starting with vlogging.So what is vlogging? Well, I don't want to limit this to text - so how about we start by watching my little video I just made: What is Vlogging.You can probably tell by the quality of my video that it took me all of 15 minutes to make.. including recording, compressing and uploading. Ironically it will take me about an hour to prepare the supporting text!And that's the beauty of...